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Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Wall Control
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Hampton Bay

Ceiling Fan Wall Control

  • Remotely controls both fan speed and light operation
  • 16 selectable code frequencies for versatile functionality
  • One A23 battery is included for added convenience
$31.14 /each

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The Hampton Bay Ceiling Fan Wall Control is a versatile device that may be operated wirelessly or installed through direct wiring in place of an existing wall switch. It is compatible with both dimmable incandescent lights and on/off CFLs, and it uses 16 different selectable frequencies to control your fan and light fixture. One A23 battery is included.

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  • Remotely controls both fan speed and light operation
  • Can operate both dimmable incandescent bulbs and on/off CFL bulbs via a separate switch
  • 16 selectable code frequencies for versatile operation
  • Operates wirelessly or can be installed in place of an existing wall switch
  • One A23 battery included for added convenience
  • 20 ft. range if used wirelessly
  • Backed by a 1-year limited warranty
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Do I have to take the wall face plate off to change the battery or can I just pop off the cover without removing the face plate?

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October 25, 2016
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Inner plate snaps off
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No. The wall control has a cover that just pops off with a flat head screw driver.
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June 18, 2016
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You can change battery without removing the faceplate.
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June 15, 2016
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No need to take off the plate, remove cover by snapping off from top or bottom.
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June 15, 2016
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No need to take off the plate, remove cover by snapping off from top or bottom,
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Will this remote work with the Hampton Bay hugger 52 inch fan?

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Yes, yes it will.
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April 25, 2016
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I would suggest that you go to the store and ask if you could check inside the canopy area to be sure there is room to mount the receiver in there. It is a tight fit in normal canopies
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April 25, 2016
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The remote will work with most ceiling fans. But I do not recommend buying it. Look for a different brand. I have had several of these controls and they all failed when the light burnt out.
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April 22, 2016
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Yes, this will work with Hampton Bay Hugger 52" fan.
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April 22, 2016
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The fan will not be able to take a remote and receiver
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Some posts state that there is a battery inside the sending wall mounted unit. Other posting say it does not. What is the true?

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There is a battery inside the wall unit only.
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September 24, 2015
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I JUST bought this unit. It's NOT the one shown in the picture. The one shown in the picture does NOT have a battery (As this is the one I wanted.#
The one I received did include a battery. The way to tell the difference is the light button in the battery model is an oval; the light button on the unit without the battery is a circle, as shown here.
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I JUST bought this unit. It's NOT the one shown in the picture. The one shown in the picture does NOT have a battery (As this is the one I wanted.#
The one I received did include a battery. The way to tell the difference is the light button in the battery model is an oval; the light button on the unit without the battery is a circle, as shown here.
The unit does NOT work without the battery when hardwired. I just spoke with Hampton Bay and they said they discontinued the unit that worked hardwired without a battery; they only make the unit that must have a battery in it #Whether hard wired or not.)
Disappointed - I'm tired of changing WEIRD battery sizes. Make it a AAA and it would be fine. Read Less
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July 28, 2015
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There are several models. Some have the battery, the newer ones do not. I did not know this, bought 12 of the older ones online and during the completion of my house found the lovely battery setup. I will be replacing them with a battery less one as the batteries run out.
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July 27, 2015
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Yes, a battery is included in this wall control.
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I have had several different units from different manufactures and have not found a battery in any of them.
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Can this dim the lights?

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Can this unit dim the light in the fan?
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Yes it can provided you have the correct type of bulb and the switch in the dimming mode
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Yes the controller has a dimmer built in.
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March 18, 2015
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Yes by holding the light button for a few seconds to regulate brightness.
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Yes. There is the option to have the light switch either function as a dimmer (for dimable bulbs) or as an on/off switch for non-dimable bulbs.
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Yes I does control light brightness. A few things to remember is that if you use an energy efficient bulb (LED) (which is what I used) they won't dim as much as a regular incandescent bulb. All bulbs used must be dimmable (NO CFLs!!!) and when using the dimmer button keep in mind that it takes a few seconds before you will see any difference in light brightness. Don't force the button thinking it will Read More
Yes I does control light brightness. A few things to remember is that if you use an energy efficient bulb (LED) (which is what I used) they won't dim as much as a regular incandescent bulb. All bulbs used must be dimmable (NO CFLs!!!) and when using the dimmer button keep in mind that it takes a few seconds before you will see any difference in light brightness. Don't force the button thinking it will make it work faster, it won't, and you will either break the control or have a big hole in the wall to fix! Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Ceiling Fan Wall Control is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 159.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well with Hunter Fans I have a great room with two Hunter fans. I wanted to have this wall mounted control as well as a wireless remote. This control has worked fine. I have had no issues mixing fans, wall controls and remotes from different manufacturers as long as the dip switches are in the right place
Date published: 2016-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from been looking for these for awhile These are great switches for when you can't bring power to the switch. Power is at the fan and the switch can either be connected to power or send signal with battery operation.
Date published: 2016-07-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was installing a barn door which would have blocked access to the existing wall switch. I didn... I was installing a barn door which would have blocked access to the existing wall switch. I didn't want the hassle and expense of relocating the electrical box and wiring, and didn't want to add to my vast collection of remote controls. This switch can be hard wired, or powered by an internal battery and mounted anywhere as I did, essentially as a fixed remote control.The buttons are raised and easy to operate, and I don't have to go looking through a pile of remotes to turn the fan or light on. The battery is easily replaced by popping off the front cover of the switch.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally can stop hanging the remote on the wall I've been wanting to get these wall controls ever since I installed my ceiling fans 5 years ago but the price always seemed a little high. Finally, I just got them ( I needed 2 ). They installed really quick and look a lot better than having the included remote that came with the fans hanging on the wall. I only have 2 complaints. First, the appearance is nothing fancy. I have another wall control made by Hunter and it looks a lot more elegant. The buttons are different sizes indicating what speed the button corresponds to. However, this on also sits more flush with the wall, which is nice. My second complaint is the stupid painted on logo. This is just vanity from the company. I don't need your logo on my wall switches!
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hampton Bay on line help desk indicated that this wall switch would be able to replace the handhe... Hampton Bay on line help desk indicated that this wall switch would be able to replace the handheld remote control for the Colonial Bamboo 52" Ceiling Fan, by installing and setting the code switches to the same transmitter frequency as the handheld was set to. Must be that the frequency settings have changed over the past 10 years because this new transmitter switch did not communicate with the original built in receiver. For converting a standard ceiling fan that requires both the new transmitter and receiver this would probably work just fine.
Date published: 2017-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from In Wall Remote We installed 4 ceiling fans which came with their own hand held remotes (with a wall holster). Frankly, given all the remotes we already had, having four more identical ones floating about just wasn't an option. So we purchased three of these and its worked out very well. They provide all the functions of the other remotes so there was no loss of function. However, they replace the wall mount power switch we used to have, and although it means standing up occasionally, they never get lost, or worse, wander into the wrong room. Its a two piece unit, with a receiver that mounts in the fan, and the transmitter that replaces the wall switch. The transmitter does have a 12v battery, instead of tapping the wall power, but that would also require extra electronics and cost.
Date published: 2016-08-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far so good. Installed these a couple months ago to control the "Home Decorators Collection H... So far so good. Installed these a couple months ago to control the "Home Decorators Collection Home Decorators Collection 44 in. Windward Matte White Ceiling Fan" that we bought for each of our kids rooms. Controls are working great in all three rooms. We did buy new wall plates so we could have one combined wall plate for our recessed lighting and the fan remote. Note that we did have an electrician install our fans and these remotes so I can not comment on ease of install.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Did what it said, works fine. I used this to replace a broken wallswitch on an older Hampton Bay... Did what it said, works fine. I used this to replace a broken wallswitch on an older Hampton Bay fan so did not need the receiver portion of this item. That part is for retrofitting a traditional fan where the speed controls are on the fan, usually with a pullchain. This wall switch also uses a battery which is included, but the packaging and description never mentioned it until I opened it up and read the instructions.
Date published: 2016-12-20
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